Global
Agriculture
Global
Agriculture

Climate Smart Farming

Farmers are in a unique position to be part of the solution to a warming planet. Sustainable farming practices can reduce emissions through improved soil health, efficient land use and in sequestering carbon from the atmosphere.  Farming practices that avoid releasing greenhouse gases into the atmosphere as well as those that sequester carbon can help address climate change. 

What impacts do we aim for?

How do we achieve these impacts?

We are helping farmers tackle the most pressing climate challenges with the right combination of technologies.  Our technologies include nitrogen management products that improve fertilizer efficiency. Herbicide products that enable minimum tillage, reducing both carbon emissions and diesel use. New crop varieties that enhance yield and are more stress-resilient. Natural biological inoculants. And innovative digital solutions.

What target did we set for ourselves?

Climate Smart Farming – Examples of our products and technologies

Learn more about our sustainability commitments

Sustainable Solutions

7% annual increase in our share of solutions with substantial sustainability contribution

Digital Farming

400+ million hectares supported with digital technologies by 2030

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Smart Stewardship

Safe use of our products with the right stewardship

Related topics

BASF Climate Protection Goal

We work continuously to further reduce emissions from our production. We have set ourselves ambitious quantitative goals to this end.

Píngo Doce Watermelon

 

The Píngo Doce watermelon project combines customer demands for sweet taste and few seeds with farmer needs to produce sustainably.

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Revysol® Fungicide

 

Revysol based products provide European wheat farmers with up to 4% yield increase on existing land, allowing the protection of natural habitats.

CHS Inc. accepts the BASF Monarch Challenge

Living Acres #MonarchChallenge

Through the Living Acres #MonarchChallenge, we are doing our part to help restore the monarch butterfly population in the United States.

Mata Viva®

 

A collaboration united in the desire to protect water quality, conserve soil and create areas to preserve native vegetation and wildlife in the forest along the Paraiba do Sul River (Brazil).

Biodiversity – making it work on a modern farm

Farm Network

 

Working together to create solutions for sustainable agriculture.  Independent farms serve as outdoor classrooms where emphasis is placed on biodiversity and soil health.